Maharishi Law School  (MUIT) in collaboration with Think India Delhi organised the 3rd National Symposium on Landmark Judgments of 2019 at Nehru Memorial Museum and Library, Teen MurtiBhavan, Delhi, 12th January 2020 from 9.00 AM to 5.00 PM. 

To understand the Judgements and discuss in detail the impact of these judicial pronouncements MUIT and Think India planned to hold a One Day Symposium on 05th January 2020 for Law Students, Researchers and Professionals.

Session details are as follows:

Session: I Ayodhya Verdict: An End to India’s Longest Dispute (M. Siddiq v. Mahant Suresh Das & Ors)

Session: II CJI’s Office under the purview of RTI Act (CPIO, Supreme Court v. Subhash Chandra Aggrawal)

Session: III Review of SC/ST Atrocities Act amendments (State of Maharashtra v. Union of India)

Session: IV Karnataka Legislative Assembly Case (SrimanthBalasahebPatil v. Hon’ble Speaker, Karnataka)

Session: V National Register for Citizens of India (Assam Public Works v. Union of India)

MLS was represented by Ajay Kumar, Dean (Law), Maharishi Law School, MUIT, Noida.

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